Celebrating the Coronation of King Charles on Sunday 7th and Monday 8th May

The time of our church services and Easter egg hunt to celebrate Easter

On 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10am-11.30 with free refreshments

With David and Vivienne French and Vox Celestes Choir on 25 March. SOLD OUT

Help us find the families of four WWII servicemen for Remembrance Sunday

Celebrating God’s Goodness to Us


St George’s Church, Central Road, Morden, SM4 5RJ

Harvest Celebration Service with children’s activities.

Donations of non-perishable food are welcome for the local Food Bank (see what is needed here). Cash donations will go to Tearfund.

All are Welcome

Image by Edward Peters, Creative Commons

Following the sad news of the death of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth, St George’s Church Morden will be open on Monday 19th September from 10am to 5pm.

We plan to show the State Funeral service from Westminster Abbey from 11am on the large screen and we invite people to come together to remember her life.

A book of condolence will be available for people to leave personal messages. Free refreshments will be served after the service. The times of opening will be confirmed shortly.

Everyone is most welcome.

A special service to kick off the term, followed by hotdogs!

Watch again our week of ‘Life’ events with Roger Carswell and guests.

Like many, we have been horrified by the events in the Ukraine and have been looking for ways to help the people. Here’s some ways in which you can provide support:


There are lots of good charities working with refugees from the Ukraine providing emergency assistance. We have chosen to support the Tearfund campaign, which is providing food, bedding and temporary accomodation. We will be donating our Easter church collections to the relief effort. You can donate online here.


The government is seeking people to sponsor families from the Ukraine fleeing the country, providing assistance and accomodation. We are supporting the Global Sanctuary Foundation as a church, which is seeking to offer assistance to Ukrainian families arriving in our country.

If you are a UK citizen and would be willing to host a family for at least 6 months, you can register on the site.


We’ve been seeing in our Sunday services from Luke’s gospel that Jesus talked about wars and rumours of wars in our times. He told people not to be alarmed, but to watch and pray (Luke 21: 9-36).

We will continue to pray for peace and the people of the Ukraine in our weekly Sunday services from 10.30am and at our monthly prayer meeting on the third Sunday of every month at 7pm in church. Do join us. Visitors are most welcome.

To inform your personal prayers, here’s some background information about the church in the Ukraine from Operation World. See the Facebook page of Christ Church, the Church of England Church in Kyiv, which meets in a German Lutheran Church.